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Reports By U.S. Metropolitan Area, Micropolitan Area, and County

This table lists PTMT patent statistics reports available for viewing. Links to access the reports are provided in the listings
(see the table column labeled “Links to Report”)
.
File
name
Links to
Report
Year of
Report
Title and Description
cls_cbsa/
allcbsa_gd
html 2013 Listing of All U.S. Metropolitan and Micropolitan Areas, Total Utility Patent Counts, 2000 - 2013 :
This table displays all U.S. metropolitan and micropolitan areas along with their annual utility patent counts for the period. The table is contained within the drill-down report, "Patenting In Technology Classes, Breakout by Origin, U.S. Metropolitan and Micropolitan Areas", and also can be accessed via the "All Classes" link in that drill-down report. Patent origin is determined by the residence of the first-named inventor. (updated irregularly)
countyall/
usa_county_gd
html 2013 Listing of All U.S. Counties and Other Regional Components, Total Utility Patent Counts, 2000 - 2013 :
This table displays all U.S. counties and other regional components along with their annual utility patent counts for the period. The table is contained within the drill-down report, "U.S. State Patenting, Breakout by Regional Component", and also can be accessed via the "United States, All Regions" link in that drill-down report. Patent origin is determined by the residence of the first-named inventor. (updated irregularly)
cbsa_asg/ html 2013 (*) DRILL-DOWN Utility Patent Report,
Patenting In U.S. Metropolitan and Micropolitan Areas, Breakout By Organization, 2000 - 2013 :

For utility patents (i.e., "patents for invention") originating from selected U.S. metropolitan and micropolitan areas during the period, this series of tables displays the organizations receiving 3 or more patents during the period. Patent ownership is as of the time of patent grant. Patent origin is determined by the residence of the first-named inventor. (updated irregularly)

Please note that paper copies of this report are not available.

cbsa_cls/ html 2013 (*) DRILL-DOWN Utility Patent Report,
Patenting In U.S. Metropolitan and Micropolitan Areas, Breakout By Technology Class, 2000 - 2013 :

For utility patents (i.e., "patents for invention") originating from selected U.S. metropolitan and micropolitan areas during the period, this series of tables displays the technology classes of those patent grants. Patent origin is determined by the residence of the first-named inventor. Technology class is determined by the primary classification within the U.S. Patent Classification System. (updated irregularly)

Please note that paper copies of this report are not available.

cls_cbsa/ html 2013 (*) DRILL-DOWN Utility Patent Report,
Patenting In Technology Classes, Breakout by Origin, U.S. Metropolitan and Micropolitan Areas, 2000 - 2013 :

For utility patents (i.e., "patents for invention") issued during the period, this series of tables displays technology classes and the U.S. metropolitan and micropolitan areas from which patents in those classes originated. Patent origin is determined by the residence of the first-named inventor. Technology class is determined by the primary classification within the US Patent Classification System. (updated irregularly)

Please note that paper copies of this report are not available.

countyall/ html 2013 (*) DRILL-DOWN Utility Patent Report,
U.S. State Patenting, Breakout by Regional Component (e.g., County), 2000 - 2013:

For utility patents (i.e., "patents for invention") issued during the period, this series of tables displays U.S. states and the U.S. regional components (e.g., counties) from which patents from those states originated. Patent origin is determined by the residence of the first-named inventor. (updated irregularly)

Please note that paper copies of this report are not available.

inv_countyall/

html

2013 (*) DRILL-DOWN Inventor Report,
U.S. Resident Inventors and Their Utility Patents, Breakout By State Regional Component (e.g., County), 2000 - 2013:

This report applies to U.S. resident inventors who have received a utility patent (i.e., "patent for invention") granted by USPTO since 2000. The report includes a series of tables that display U.S. states and the regional components (e.g., counties) in which the inventors resided. Counts of the inventors and their patents are provided for each of the regional components. (updated irregularly)

Please note that paper copies of this report are not available.

masgstc/
mregions

html

1999 (*) DRILL-DOWN Utility Patent Report,
Patenting in Metropolitan and Non-metropolitan Areas of the United States- Breakout By Organization, 1995 - 1999 :

For utility patents (i.e., "patents for invention") originating from a selected U.S. metropolitan or non-metropolitan area from 1995 to 1999, this series of tables displays the major organizations receiving those patents. Patent origin is determined by the residence of the first-named inventor at the time of grant.

Please note that paper copies of this report are not available.

mclsstc/
mregions

html

1999 (*) DRILL-DOWN Utility Patent Report,
Patenting in Metropolitan and Non-metropolitan Areas of the United States- Breakout By Technology Class, 1995 - 1999 :

For utility patents (i.e., "patents for invention") originating from a selected U.S. metropolitan or non-metropolitan area from 1995 to 1999, this series of tables displays the technology classes of those patent grants. Patent origin is determined by the residence of the first-named inventor. Technology class is determined by the primary classification within the U.S. Patent Classification System.

Please note that paper copies of this report are not available. (updated irregularly)

county

pdf

1999 U.S. Patent Grants by State, County, and Metropolitan Area, (1990 to the present (1999)) :
This report presents the number of utility patents awarded to residents of each state, county (or county equivalent), and metropolitan area in the United States. Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) codes for each geographic area are also provided. The report lists data for each year from 1990 to 1999.
per_cap

pdf

1998 United States Patent Grants - Number of Grants Per 100,000 Population, By Metropolitan Area, 1998 :
This report presents the number of patents granted, and the number of patents granted per 100,000 population in each metropolitan area in 1998. Levels of patent activity within each metropolitan area are depicted in map and tabular presentations. The types of patents included in this report are utility, design, and plant, with separate breakouts provided for utility and design patents granted to independent inventors.

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